Happy New Year, Cocktail Lovers! To kick off 2019, we have a special treat with guest David Lebovitz on the show. We talk to David about cocktails, aperitifs and the general state of the French drinking scene.
If you’ve ever searched for a recipe or information about Paris, you’ve surely come across David’s blog and likely already know a little about him through his many great books. (If you haven’t already checked out the blog, you should!)
David began working in restaurants at the age of sixteen washing dishes in a steakhouse at the local strip mall, finally ending up at Chez Panisse in Berkeley, California, working with Alice Waters and co-owner, Executive Pastry Chef Lindsey Shere, who he considers his mentor. He’s been a professional cook and baker for most of his life and left the restaurant business to pursue his writing career. In 2004, he moved to Paris.
He is the author of eight books, to date (with more to come!):
And don’t forget, if you’re looking for more cocktail talk between shows, head to our site, www.52martinis.com and if you’d like to carry me around in your pocket, download our iOS app, Paris Cocktails.
As always, thank you to today’s guest and you listeners for tuning in our downloading.
Additional thanks to:
Emily Dilling of Paris Paysanne for show notes and web assistance
Son Little for the music we use
As usual, we also remind you to drink responsibly.